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The Culture of Narcissism, first published in 1979, excoriated America’s self-absorbed society – The Legacy

Nick Haslam, The University of Melbourne A cultural critic rails against a society that worships celebrity and prizes images over ideas. A progressive intellectual attacks the dominance of corporate elites. A curmudgeonly academic condemns his society’s ignorance of its past… Continue Reading →

The Revolt of the Elites: How a 1990s book predicted 2020. The Best of 2020.

By Ed West, Deputy Editor of UnHerd Late last year I began working on a piece marking 25 years since the publication of what I believed to be the most prescient work of the age. The book had been published… Continue Reading →

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